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 Marryat, FlorenceMarshall, Professor Alfred 
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E. Cobham Brewer 1810–1897. Dictionary of Phrase and Fable. 1898.
 
Marryat, Captain Frederick
 
(b. London, July 10th, 1792; d. Langham, Norfolk, August 2nd, 1848). “Frank Mildmay; or, the Naval Officer” (1829); “The King’s Own” (1830); “Newton Forster” (1832); “Peter Simple” (1834); “Jacob Faithful” (1834); “The Pacha of Many Tales” (1835); “Japhet in Search of a Father” (1836); “Mr. Midshipman Easy” (1836); “The Pirate and the Three Cutters” (1836); “Snarley-yow” (1837); “The Phantom Ship” (1839); “A Diary in America” (1839); “Olla Podrida” (1840); “Poor Jack” (1840); “Masterman Ready” (1841): “Joseph Rushbrook” (1841); “Percival Keene” (1842); “Monsieur Violet” (1842); “The Settlers in Canada” (1843); “The Privateer’s Man” (1844); “The Mission; or, Scenes in Africa” (1845); “The Children of the New Forest” (1847); “The Little Savage” (1847); and “Valerie” (1849). His “Life” has been written by his daughter Florence (1872).   1
 


 Marryat, FlorenceMarshall, Professor Alfred 

 
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